• TCM Fluids

    Date: 2015.08.12 | Category: General | Tags: ,

    The weakening of the above-mentioned functions of Qi up can cause different types of bleeding, spontaneous sweating, polyuria, salivation, spermatorrhoea, ejaculation, stomach, kidney and/or uterus prolapse.The actions of Government and consolidation and promotion of Qi though opposed, also complement each other.On the one hand, Qi has the function of promoting the blood circulation and the transport and distribution of body fluids, and on the other hand, also has the function of controlling and adjusting the movement, secretion and excretion of liquid substances in the body.Coordination and balance of these two functions are essential for maintaining normal blood circulation and the metabolism of the body water. Promote the metabolism and the Hua Transformacionqi is a specific term in the science of TCM and refers, in general, to various types of changes that occur in the body under the action of Qi.In particular, refers to the metabolism of the essential substances such as blood, the vital Qi, and fluids in the body. All these are formed in the following way: the foods you eat becomes nutritive essence, and this essence of food is, in turn, converted into vital Qi, blood and/or body fluids. Each of these also be converted to any of the other according to the physiological needs of the body.Waste of consumed foods and products produced in the course of the metabolism are processed respectively and separately, in feces, urine and sweat ready to be eliminated from the body. All these processes are concrete actions of the activity of Qi manifestations.A dysfunction of Qi in carrying out its action affect the metabolism of the body.I.e., that affect digestion, absorption, transformation, and transport of food and drinks, the formation, movement and transformation of the vital Qi, blood and body fluids, and excretion of feces, urine and sweat, so it causes several symptoms due to an abnormal metabolic process.In summary, the process that performs its functions the Qi is one in which substances in the body are metabolized, and in which substances and energy are transformed. .